Today we’ve learned that Dropbox, the cloud storage service, has prepared two new useful tools called Capture and Replay. Since the pandemic began, software firms have been developing collaborative solutions to assist remote workers. The company is making several improvements today, with new tools related to video/screen capture and video collaborations.
This new tool of Dropbox is called Capture, it is available today in beta. The program also provides you with video commentary, so you can simply explain ideas and concepts to your team members without the need for complicated lingo.
Meet new Dropbox tools: Capture and Replay
Using this tool you can also capture GIFs, record audio, and put yourself on the camera. The goal of this is to avoid unnecessary meetings by allowing you to send video messages whenever needed.
It is not the only firm to have a project like this. In June, Slack has also released some new features, including video messages, to avoid unnecessary video calls.
The company is also releasing a video collaboration and management tool, allowing your coworkers to leave comments and suggestions without the need for a download.
You may also use Replay to share videos with anyone who doesn’t have a Dropbox account. This is great for clients to give you quick feedback on your recordings. There’s also a live viewing feature that lets you watch the video together with other project members.
Dropbox is introducing Shop, a tool that will allow digital content creators to generate listings for their goods quickly and easily. You can also use this method to post additional information about your products, such as reviews and ratings. Plus, you’ll be able to share these listings on social media in a matter of minutes. Capture is now available in beta for personal and business account users, with Dropbox Replay and Shop set to debut soon.